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two half-hour search. an officer spotted the man wanted on an arrest and then a car chase began. man crashed and then ran from the car. after police brought in dogs -- brought in dogs, they did find him. they would not say who he was or why he was wanted. >> i can't go into the details. it's still an active investigation. we took the individual in custody. >> authorities locked down two nearby schools during the search. martin luther king elementary and west oakland middle school. an east bay teacher is under arrest. the middle school teacher and coach from albany is suspected of having an inappropriate relationship with a former student. claudine wong joins us live to
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explain how this whole situation unholded. >> reporter: tori. james izumizaki is, by all -- tori, james izumizaki, is, by all accounts, a very popular store. but on monday, a chain of events led to his arrest. parents of the children who dropped their kids off this morning, knew the arrest was imminent. >> i am just shocked. i know him. >> reporter: police say the victim described only as -- police say the victim was described only as a young girl. james izumizaki, the teacher, teaches, coaches. >> his performance has been
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above average. he's highly respected at the middle school and a very popular teacher. >> reporter: but the superintendent said when she learned of the allegation, she immediately put him on leave and ♪ fid police. after his -- notified police. after his arrest, she alerted the staff and the district. >> i can tell you that everyone in the district is devastated, the principal, the assistant principals and particularly the teaching staff. >> reporter: but she says the focus is on the children. last night an e-mail went out to the parents saying the children in his class would be reassigned and the parents said they would be having a discussion with their children tonight. >> it's just generally smart to make your kids aware of -- of what is going on. as to how you do that, that's a tough one -- that's a tough one. >> it's tricky territory. >> reporter: tonight at 5:00,
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there's also gonna be a meeting for parents to talk about administrators and teachers. izumizaki is in the san raw rita jail on $100,000 bond, on a felony charge with lewd acts with a child under 14. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. a ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for tomorrow morning at a new san jose overross crossing where an amtrak train hit a toddler seven years. the blossom hill bridge is at monterey boulevard. it is set to open after the ceremony at 11:00 a.m. the new pedestrian bridge is near the spot where the individual died. his mother is scheduled to speak at the ribbon-cutting. it will be held in the back of the parking lot of a lowe's store on coddle road. to the relief of football
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fans and player, the referees' lockout has ended. the union was seeking improvemented salaries and retirement benefits. in an agreement they got pretty much everything they were asking for. >> ja meanjanine de la vega has more. >> reporter: fans are excited that things are back to normal. some fans were vowing not to watch football because they say they were tired of watching replacement referees make bad calls. >> you didn't -- you didn't know if the team was necessarily winning anymore because of their skill or because they were just getting bad calls. >> reporter: last night the nfl reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout. >> i'm very excited about it.
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at least we can watch a clean game. >> reporter: there as -- there's been an avalanche of criticism. the last straw came between the game between seattle and green bay. >> i don't know -- that's the worst call in nfl history. there's no way -- you can't rae verse that and if the -- you can't reverse that. and if the green bay packers miss the playoffs, i think there will be a lot of angry fans. >> reporter: the nfl commissioner says the referees are eager to get back on the field tonight. >> i know how much pride they have in what they do and how much they prepare themselves. i'm certain they are in safe. they made that point -- shape. they made that point that they are ready to go and anxious.
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>> reporter: back to you. >> thank you. well, one labor dispute in sports is resolved and another continues. hockey experts believe the nhl lockout could last for months. but the owners and players union have set up a negotiating meeting to -- negotiating meeting tomorrow. bars and restaurants report they typically see a 50% jump in businesses on home game nights. in election news, president obama and mitt romney are campaigning today in the break -- battleground state of virginia. >> thank you! thank you! >> the president attended a midday rally in virginia beach. it's a generally republican area that's home to many families, retirees and civilian workers. virginia went from mr. obama in 2008 and he leads in the polls
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there now. today, the president -- today, the president talked about opportunities for everybody. >> we don't believe anybody is entitled. we don't believe the government should not help folks who are not helping themselves but we believe in -- in country and we believe in a country where hard work pays off. romney talked about national security in springfield, virginia. he said the world is a dangerous place and president obama is not doing enough to protect the american people. >> i'm concerned about the direction america is headed. the white house proposed a sequestration, kind of a gun to your head opportunity which is if congress couldn't get the job done and president couldn't lead them, they would make devastating cuts to the military. >> the two face off next monday
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in the first presidential debate. another candidate will be campaigning in the bay area tonight. roseanne barr. she will be talking about the political future of medical marijuana during a town hall meeting at oaksterdam university in oakland. federal agents raided oaksterdam in april. it's one of many dispensaries targeted in a crackdown launched by the obama administration. also in attendance, cindy sheehan, barra's opponent. a chain-link fence now surrounds this former occupy movement site. it's -- it's getting warmer in the bay area. and a man thought it would be furney to dress like a -- funny to dress like a terrorist. we'll tell you who did not think it was a joke. hi, i'm amy for downy unstopables
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in oak, a man was found shot to death in a car shortly -- in oakland, a man was found shot to death in a car shot. no name has been released. investigators say it appears
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the victim was targeted. san francisco police moved in overnight and cleared out occupy protesters in the area around the federal reserve building. ktvu's christien kafton tells you why they moved in now on an encampment that's been there for more than a year. >> reporter: av more than a year, ongoing camp camping at the -- camping at the federal reserve building, police say they issued the warning to disperse. a handful of protests left. >> we gave them a warning and some people left on their own. the remaining people who stayed behind got arrested for illegal lodging. >> reporter: a handful of protesters showed up and began to taunt officers. then the department of public works moved in to clean the site. as workers arrived, they
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immediately -- workers -- as workers arrived, they immediately noticed the camp was gone. >> it's pretty dirty down there. i don't mind people protesting but this cannot be your permanent residence. >> reporter: those with citetations, angry with -- citations. occupy protesters say if this site is unacceptable to them they will try to fine another play to -- find another place to occupy. >> we just got updated information in the past few minutes from san francisco police. they told us officer arrested 45 people during that sweep of
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the occupy enkarn important outside the -- encampment outside the federal reserve building. benjamin netanyahu held up a diagram showed -- diagram showed the diagram that showed that iran has completed the first phase of uranium enrichment and is more than 70% of the way to of finishing the -- of the way to finishing off the job. an arizona man is facing multiple charges because of a video he uploaded to youtube. michael david turley was arrested. he came up with a plan to arrest the response -- to test the response time. you can see his nephew dressed like a terrorist and holding a
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fake rocket propelled grenade. the teen stood in the middle of a busy intersection taunting drivers. police say this prank could have turned out a lot worse. >> what if one of those citizens decided that this person dressed as he is with that rocket is a danger to him and he decided to run over that child? >> turley says the time code showed him it took 15 minutes to arrive. police disagreed, saying they received a numerous 911 calls and officers were on the scene in one minute. campbell's soup announced it will close its sacramento plan. 700 workers are being laid off next july. the company blames declining sales. campbell is shutting down a factory in new jersey along with the one in sacramento. authorities say the plant holds a special place in their heart. >> the plant was there since 1947. i started in '72. it's been a long-time fixture
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here. so it will be hard. campbell hopes to save $100 million. they have tomato processing facilities in dixon and stockton. after the closure, there will still be 2100 workers in the state. several campus workers are holding rallies at uc berkeley to protest the play off of five staff workers. protesters say the five laid off workers should be given an opportunity to work at other departments. they also want the university to support a state senate -- a state senate bill that would allow graduate union researchers to unionize. according to the "chronicle" this plan may include to merge and layoff. there's also speculation that the castro street campus could
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lose. the city has until october 15th to come one a final plan to -- come up with a final plan to avoid losing its accreditation. a $40 million grant for and advanced signaling system is being alunsed for lawmakers for caltrain -- announced for lawmakers caltrain. this will lay the groundwork for electrifying caltrain for the year 2019. environmentists say switching to electric power will reduce harmful emissions. loch patch farms say they've been served with an eviction notice and have to be out tuesday morning. at this point, it's not clear what will happen to the horses or the couple who owns them. they need about $500,000 but have not been able to raise
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that much cash. researchers say the last week of september is sea otter awareness week. today's meeting will focus pub ling attention on sea otters while serving to promote various programs and a recent study found a number of sea otters are rebounding. and those sea otters, slipping in some foggy waters out there. dense fog was a big factor around the bay itself this morning. gradually clearing back to the house. right now, you can still see lingering haze. latest rit now -- latest right now, once again, a some id deck of overcast for monterey bay, pacifica, san francisco, point reyes, even the marinhead lunds. but away from this, present
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tiff -- plenty of sunshine and temperatures are warming up. coastal fog. it will be warm inland. pretty much the same deal as we head into your friday. but big changes. we were talking about it yesterday. you will see the numbers going up on the five-day forecast in a few seconds. as far as current numbers. livermore is checking in at 82. antioch is 78. san francisco, 56. there's oakland checking in at 60 degrees. for today, minimal change and with that, you can see the fog. also up and down the coast from eureka down towards santa barbara an los angeles. so with that cool temperatures for the beaches. warm temperatures lie this -- warm temperatures by it weekend. this high pressure really strengthens the sinking air. that and coupled with a -- that an coupled with a northerly
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breeze. with that inland spots on track to reach the mid-90s. flirting with 100 degrees. and the coast clearing skies and low 70s, possibly approaching the mid-70s as well. as far as temperatures for today, no major heat out there but still warming out towards -- towards fair -- towards fairfield, 9. you will find a few 90s out towards antioch and brentwood. san francisco, forecast high, 63 but definitely bundle up if you are heading to the coast. here is a look ahead to your five-day forecast. not much change for your friday. there is the change for the weekend. saturday we do warm things up. sunday will be the hottest day of the weekend, monday, the hottest day of the period, that means warmest locations inland in the upper 90s. the beaches in the mid- to upper 70s approaching 80 degrees. i think by monday we'll start to get complaints in the weather center about that heat.
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there will be relief. >> october 1st. >> yes. that's right. for the 7th time in six months, contra costa county crew also fan out in brentwood to spray mosquitoes. here is the map. spraying will start at sunset and around around 11:00 p.m. a new film about oakland's highland hospital is actually getting oscar buzz. >> i won't go in you are ready. >> "the waits room "appeared last night in new york city. the film views the eyes through patients and hospital staff. and it's hope will highlight the problems in the u.s. >> we wanted to show you the reality that both patients and institutions are going through. >> the movie helps in the --
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opens in the bay area next month. ahead we'll tell you where you can -- where you can get free coffee but you have to wait -- but you have to wait until tomorrow. lots of prepaid cards
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numbers came out better than expected. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is up 80. the nasdaq is up 42. s&p up 14. brazilian police have released the head of google's operations in that country. authorities took fabio jose silva into custody after google's video service youtube refused to take down a video criticizing a local candidate for office. brazilian law prohibits slander, insult or defamation against political candidates. >> it might be worth waking up a few minutes early tomorrow to get a free cup of coffee at 7/11. they will give away free large lattes, cappuccinos and teas.
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they call free coffee day. today at 5:00, a police chased after some suspects in a street robbery. we're learning about the suspects and we're tracking down a victim in one of those incidents. thank you for trusting the news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. be sure to join us at 5:00. we're always here at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu.com.
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dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation.
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